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Core process psychotherapy is a psychotherapy that practices a Buddhist awareness as the centre of a healing relationship between client and therapist. It was founded by Maura Sills and Franklyn Sills. The Karuna Institute, a non-profit charity set in Widdecombe-on-the-Moor, Devon, England trains core process psychotherapists including by focussing on birth trauma and using Kum Nye.


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